pages 100-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

HENRY BOURCHIER, 2nd Earl of Eu, d 1483, created Viscount Bourchier 1446 and Earl of Essex 1461, Lord Treasurer of England, m ISABEL, dau of RICHARD, Earl of Cambridge and Protector of England (see under England, Kings, for ancestors)

                WILLIAM

                Henry, m Elizabeth, dau & heir of Thomas, Lord Scales

                Humphrey, m Joane, niece & co-heir of Ralph, Baron Cromwell  

               John, m Elizabeth, niece & heir of William, Baron Ferrers of Groby

                Thomas, m Isabel, widow of Humphrey Stafford, Earl of Devon, and dau & heir of Sir John Barre

                Edward, killed at Battle of Wakefield

                Fulke, d young

                Isabel, d young

 

WILLIAM BOURCHIER, dvp, m ANNE, dau of RICHARD WYDEVILLE, Earl Rivers (see under Wydeville for ancestors)

                Henry Bourchier, 2nd Earl of Essex

                CECILY, m JOHN DEVEREUX, Lord Ferrers of Chartley

                                WILLIAM DEVEREUX, Lord Ferrers of Chartley

                                                DEVEREUX, 2nd Viscount Hereford, Earl of Essex (see under Devereux)

 

BOURNONVILLE

 

EUSTACE, Comte de Guisnes (see under Guisnes for ancestors), d 1052, m SUSANNE, dau of SIHER de Gramines

                BAUDOUIN I , Comte de Guisnes (see under Guisnes for descendants)

                GUILLAUME de Bournonville

EUSTACE 2ndly m BEATRIX, who as Comtesse de Guines 2ndly m ALBERIC de VERE (see under Vere for descendants)

 

GUILLAUME de BOURNONVILLE

                LOUIS

 

LOUIS de BOURNONVILLE, m SYLVIA, an illegitimate dau of King WILLIAM I

                ALICE, m CONAN de FIENNES (see under Fiennes for descendants)

 

BOYD - Earls of Arran

 

FLAAND (FLAALD), brother of Alan, Seneschal of Dol (dsp ca 1097)

                ALAN

 

ALAN FITZFLAAND, Feudal Baron of Oswestry, Sheriff of Shropshire, d ca 1189

                William

                SIMON

                Jordan, Dapifer of Dol (alive ca 1100)

                WALTER FITZALAN, 1st Lord High Steward of Scotland (see under Stuart for descendants)

 

SIMON, alive 1160

                ROBERT “Boyt” meaning “Fair”, and thus ancestor of the Boyd family

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ROBERT BOYD, given lands in Kilmarnock by ROBERT the Bruce

                THOMAS

                Alan, commanded Scottish archers at Siege of Perth in 1339 where he died

                James

 

THOMAS BOYD, taken prisoner with King DAVID II at battle of Durham 1346

                THOMAS

 

THOMAS BOYD, m ALICE, dau of HUGH GIFFORD of Yester

                THOMAS

THOMAS BOYD of Kilmarnock, a hostage in 1424, d 1432, m JOANNA, dau of Sir JOHN MONTGOMERIE of Ardrossan 

                THOMAS

                WILLIAM, Abbot of Kilwinning, ancestor of the Boyds of Merton Hall, Co. Wigton

               

THOMAS BOYD of Kilmarnock, killed in a feud 1439

                ROBERT

                Alexander of Duncrow, executed 1469

                Janet, m John Maxwell of Calderwood

                MARGARET, m ALEXANDER, 1st Lord MONTGOMERIE (see under Montgomerie for descendants)

 

ROBERT, created Lord BOYD 1459, Governor of Scotland while King was a minor, Great Chamberlain of Scotland for life 1467, beheaded for treason on Edinburgh Castle Hill 1469, m MARIOTA, dau of Sir ROBERT MAXWELL

                ELIZABETH, m ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, 5th Earl of Angus (see under Douglas for descendants)

                ANNABELLA, m Sir JOHN GORDON of Lochinvar  (see under Gordon for descendants)

                THOMAS, 1st Earl of Arran, m as 1st husband of  MARY, dau of JAMES II, King of Scotland

                  (She 2ndly m Sir JAMES the Hamilton, Lord of Cadzow, d 1479, created Lord HAMILTON)

                                James, 2nd Lord Boyd

                                MARGARET (Grizelda), m 1stly Alexander, 4th Lord Forbes; she 2ndly m DAVID KENNEDY,

1st Earl of Cassilis (see under Kennedy for descendants) XE "FORBES - Barons"  XE "CASSILIS - Earls (See under Kennedy)"  

                ALEXANDER

                ARCHIBALD, 1st of the Boyds of Bonshaw

 

ALEXANDER, 2nd Lord BOYD, m a dau of Sir ROBERT COLVILL

                ROBERT

                THOMAS, ancestor of the Boyds of Pitcon

                ADAM, ancestor of the Boyds of Pinkill & Trochrig

 

ROBERT, 3rd Lord BOYD of Kilmarnock, m HELEN, dau of JOHN SOMERVILLE XE "SOMERVILLE - Barons"  (see under Somerville for ancestors)

                Margaret, m John Montgomerie of Lainshaw

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT, 4th Lord BOYD, d 1589, m MARGARET (MARIOT), dau of Sir JOHN COLQUHOUN

                Robert, Master of Boyd, dvp

                THOMAS, 5th Lord BOYD

                Robert of Baden Heath, d 1611

                Egidia, m Hugh, 4th Earl of Eglintoun

                Agnes, m Sir John Colquhoun of Luss

                Christian, m Sir James Hamilton of Evendale 

                Elizabeth, m John Cunningham

 

BRABANT - Ducs

 

GODFROY I “the Bearded”, Comte de Louvain, Duc de Brabant & Basse-Lorraine, (1106-28  when deposed), d 1140, son of HENRI II, Comte de Louvain (see under Louvain for ancestors), m IDA, dau of ALBERT III, Comte de Namur and IDA of Saxony (see under Namur for ancestors)

                GODFROY II

                ADELIZA, m 1stly King HENRY I; she 2ndly m WILLIAM d’ALBINI, Earl of Arundel (see

                                under Albini for descendants)

                JOSCELIN, m AGNES, dau of WILLIAM de PERCY (see under Percy for descendants)

 

GODFROY II, Duc de Brabant & Basse-Lorraine (1139-42), m in 1139 LUITGARDE of Sulzbach, b 1118 (see under Swabia and Sulzbach, Counts for ancestors)

                GODFROY III

GODFROY III, Duc de Brabant & Basse-Lorraine (1142-90), b 1142, m MARGARET, dau of HENRI II, Comte de Limburg (see under Limburg for ancestors)

                HENRI I

 

HENRI I, Duc de Brabant & Basse-Lorraine (1190-1235), m MAUD (MATILDA) of Alsace, dau of MATTHIEU d’Alsace, Comte de Boulogne (see under Boulogne for ancestors)

                HENRI II

                MECHTILD (MATILDA), m 1stly Heinrich II, Count Palatine. She 2ndly m FLORENS IV,

                                Count of Holland (see under Holland for descendants) 

                ALIX, heiress of Boulogne, m GUILLAUME XI, Vicomte d’Auvergne (see under Auvergne for descendants)

 

HENRI II “the Courageous”, Duc de Brabant & Lorraine (1235-48), d 1248, m 1stly MARÍA von HOHENSTAUFEN, d 1239, dau of PHILIP of Germany (see under Germany, Kings, for ancestors)

                HENRI III

                MAUD (MAHAUT) of Brabant, d 1288, m 1stly ROBERT I d’Artois (see under France, Kings, for his  ancestors and under Artois & Navarre, Kings, for their

                     descendants). She 2ndly m GUY de Châtillon, Comte de St. Pol (see under Châtillon and St. Pol for descendants)

HENRI II 2ndly m SOPHIA von HESSEN, dau of LUDVIG IV, Landgrave of Thuringia

                HEINRICH I “the Child” Landgrave of Hesse (see under Hesse for descendants)

 

HENRI III, Duc de Brabant & Lorraine (1248-61), d 1261, m ALICE (ADELAIDE) de Bourgogne, Regent (1261-67) (see under Burgundy for ancestors)

                Henri IV, Duc de Brabant (1261-67 when abdicated), d 1272

                                Marie, m as 2nd wife of Otto IV, Duke of Brunswick, Holy Roman Emperor

                JEAN I

                MARIE, m as 2nd wife of PHILIPPE III of France (see under France, Kings, for descendants)

 

JEAN I “the Victorious:, Duke of Brabant (1267-94), Duke of Limburg (1288-94), m MARGUERITE, dau of LOUIS IX of France

                JEAN II

                MARGARET, m HEINRICH VII, Emperor of Germany (see under Germany for descendants)

          JEAN, Comte de Luxemburg & King of Bohemia (see under Luxemburg and Premysl for descendants)

 

JEAN II, Duke of Brabant (1294-1312), m MARGARET, dau of King EDWARD I Longshanks” of England (see under England, Kings, for ancestors)

                JEAN III

 

JEAN III, Duke of  Brabant (1312-55)

                Joanna, Duchess of Brabant (1355-1404), d 1406, m 2ndly Wenceslas, Duc de Luxemburg (1337-83)

                MARGARET, d 1368, m LOUIS de Maele (see under Flanders for descendants)

 

BRAGANÇON  (See also under Portugal - Kings)

 

MENDO ALAO de Bragançon (Bragança), ca 1080

                FERÑAN MENÉNDEZ

 

FERÑAN MENÉNDEZ de Bragançon “el Viejo, m TERESA SUAREZ de Maya (see under Maya for ancestors)

                MEN FERNÁNDEZ

 

MEN FERNÁNDEZ de Bragançon, m SANCHA VENEGAS BAYAM

                FERÑAN MENÉNDEZ

 

FERÑAN MENÉNDEZ de Bragançon “el Bravo, m 1stly as 2nd husband of TERESA, dau of ALFONSO I of Portugal (see under Portugal for ancestors)

                PEDRO FERNÁNDEZ

 

PEDRO FERNÁNDEZ de Bragançon, m FROLE SANCHEZ de Barbosaxe "Barbosa" (see under Celanova for ancestors)

                NUÑO PEREZ

 

NUÑO PEREZ de Bragançon, m ELVIRA de Riba-Duero

                URRACA NUÑEZ, m 1stly PAYO MONIZ de Ribera, gtgrgrandparents of MARÍA de Molino

                                who m SANCHO IV of Castile (see under Castile for descendants)

 

BRANDENBURG - Electors

 

ALBERT II, Elector of Brandenburg

                MATILDA, m OTTO “Puer”, 1st Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, d 1252

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Otto of Brandenburg, m as 2nd husband of Hedwiga, dau of RUDOLF I, Count of Habsburg, b 1218, King of Germany (1272-91), Holy Roman Emperor (1273-91)

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Herman of Brandenburg, m as 1st husband of Anna, dau of ALBERT I “the one-eyed”, b 1248, Duke of Austria (1282-98), King of Germany (1298-1308), Holy Roman Emperor (1298-1308)

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WALDIMAR I, Elector of Brandenburg

                CATHERINE, m MAGNUS “Torquatus”, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, killed 1373

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Otto V of Brandenburg, m as 2nd husband of Catherine, d 1395, dau of CHARLES IV, King of Bohemia (1346-78); King of Germany (1347-78); Holy Roman Emperor (1355-78)

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Louis, Elector of Brandenburg, Duke of Bavaria, d 1361, son of  LOUIS IV von WITTELSBACH, Duke of Bavaria (1314-46)

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FRIEDRICH I, Elector Brandenburg (1417-40), son of FRIEDRICH V, Burgrave of Nuremberg (see under Nuremberg for ancestors)

                DOROTHEA, m CHRISJERN (of Holstein) I, King of Denmark (1448-81)

                ALBERT III “Achilles”, Elector of Brandenburg (1470-86)

                                JOHN “Cicero”, Elector of Brandenburg (1486-99)

                                                JOACHIM I, Elector of Brandenburg (1499-1535)

                                                                JOACHIM II

 

JOACHIM II, Elector of Brandenburg (1535-71), 2ndly m JADWIEGA, dau of SIGISMUND, King of Poland (see under Poland for ancestors)

                JOHN GEORGE, Elector of Brandenburg (1571-98)

                                JOACHIM FRIEDRICH, Elector of Brandenburg (1598-1608)

                                                JOHN SIGISMUND

 

JOHN SIGISMUND, Elector of Brandenburg (1608-19), m ANNA of Hohenzollern, dau of ALBERT FRIEDRICH, Duke in Prussia

                GEORGE WILHELM, Elector of Brandenburg (1619-40)

                                FRIEDRICH WILHELM

 

FRIEDRICH WILHELM, Elector of Brandenburg (1640-88), Duke of Prussia, m SOPHIA CHARLOTTE, dau of  ERNST AUGUSTUS, Bishop of Osnaburg, who became Duke of Hanover and in 1692 Elector of Hanover and Great Marshal of the Empire, d 1698 (see under Prussia for descendants)

 

BRANDON - Dukes of Suffolk

 

WILLIAM BRANDON of Wangford, Suffolk, apparently originally from Kings Lynn

                WILLIAM

                Sir Thomas, KG, dsp ca 1508; and Sir Robert, dsp ca 1521

 

WILLIAM BRANDON, d 1485 at Battle of Bosworth where he had been standard-bearer for the victors, m ELIZABETH, dau and coheir of Sir HENRY BRUYN of South Ockendon, Essex.

                William

                CHARLES

 

CHARLES BRANDON, Duke of Suffolk, b ca 1484, d 1545, m or lived with 1stly in 1505 Anne, dau of Sir Anthony Browne, KG by Lucy, dau and coheir of John (Neville), Marquess of Montagu. 

                dau 1

CHARLES m 2ndly in 1506/7 Margaret, aunt of Anne, widow of Sir John Mortimer and 3rd dau and coheir of John Neville, Marquess of Montagu (see under Montagu for ancestors). This marriage was eventually declared void by Papal Bull in 1528 and meanwhile she m 3rdly in 1521/2 Robert Downes

In 1508 CHARLES m Anne Browne again, this time ‘in full court’. She dspm 1511/12.

                dau 2 m Lord Monteaglexe "Monteagle - Barons"

In 1513 CHARLES was engaged to Baroness L’Isle and although they never married he called himself Viscount de L’Isle

In 1513/14 CHARLES was made a Duke to assist his suit for Margaret of Savoy.

CHARLES 3rdly m in 1514/15 as 2nd husband of MARY TUDOR (b 1496, d 1533), dau of King HENRY VII (see under England, Kings, for ancestors) and Queen Dowager of France being the widow of Louis XII

                Henry, b 1516, created Earl of Lincoln, dsp 1534

                Frances, b 1517, d 1554, m as 2nd wife of Henry Grey, jure uxoris Duke of Suffolk, parents of

                                Lady Jane Grey (see under Grey for other descendants). She 2ndly m Adrian Stokes

                ELEANOR, b 1520, m HENRY CLIFFORD, 2nd Earl of Cumberland  (see under Clifford for descendants)

CHARLES 4thly m in 1534 his ward Katherine suo jure Baroness Willoughby de Eresby who had been intended as the bride of his eldest son Henry, Earl of Lincoln

 

BRAOSE - Barons

 

PHILIPPE, Seigneur de Briouze, m GUNNOR

                GUILLAUME

                Robert

 

GUILLAUME (WILLIAM), Seigneur de Briouze, came over with William the Conqueror, d 1066 ? at Hastings, m AGNES de St. Clair

                PHILIPPE de BRAOSE

                dau, m ANCHITEL, Seigneur de HARCOURT (see under Harcourt for descendants)

 

PHILIPPE de BRAOSE, Seigneur de Briouze, m AENOR, dau and heir of JUHEL son of ALVRED, Lord of Barnstaple and Totnes

                WILLIAM de BRAOSE

                Reginald de Braose

 

WILLIAM de BRAOSE, living 1179, Seigneur de Briouze, Lord of Bramber in Sussex,  Sheriff of Hereford, 1173-5, (and then jure uxoris Lord of Over-Gwent, ie. Abergavenny), m ca 1150 BERTHA, dau of MILO de GLOUCESTER, 2nd sister and co-heir of her brother William, Earl of Hereford and heiress of her brother Mahel, Lord of Abergavenny (see under Gloucester for ancestors)

                WILLIAM de BRAOSE

                Reginald

                MAUD m WILLIAM de BEAUCHAMP (see under Beauchamps for descendants)

                SIBILLA, m 1stly ROBERT de FERRERS, 4th Earl of Derby (see under Ferrers for descendants).

                                SIBILLA 2ndly m ADAM de PORT

 

WILLIAM de BRAOSE d 1211, Lord of Abergavenny, Briouze, Bramber, Brecon,  m MAUD de St. Walerie, “Lady of La Haie”, dau of the Lord of Bergavenny (she was imprisoned with her son William and both died of starvation in 1210 at Windsor Castle by the orders of King JOHN) see under St. Valerie for ancestors 

                WILLIAM, dvp 1210 at Windsor

                Giles, Bishop of Hereford, d 1215

                REGINALD de BRAOSE (see below)

                BERTHA m WALTER de BEAUCHAMP (see under Beauchamps for descendants)

                John, Sir,(adopted the surname of Knill), m Margaret, dau of LLEWELYN FAWR, Prince of Gwynedd

                Joane, m Richard, Lord Percy

                Loretta, m Robert FitzParnell

                MARGARET, m WALTER de LACY (see under de Lacy for descendants)

                MAUD, m 1stly Gruffyd, Prince of South Wales, son of RHYS ap GRUFFYD “the Lord Rhys”; she 2ndly m HENRY de TRACY (see under Tracy for descendants)  

 

WILLIAM de BRAOSE, who perished of starvation with his mother at Windsor 1210, m 1stly MAUD de FAY (see under Fay for ancestors)

                MAUD, m HENRY de TRACY (see under Tracy for descendants)

WILLIAM 2ndly m MAUD, dau of RICHARD de CLARE, 4th Earl of Hereford (see under Clare for ancestors)

                JOHN de BRAOSE

 

JOHN de BRAOSE, surnamed Tadody m MARGARET, dau of LLEWELLYN, Prince of Gwynedd, later LLEWELLYN FAWR (see under Wales for ancestors)

                WILLIAM de BRAOSE

 

WILLIAM de BRAOSE, d 1290, m as 2nd husband of MABEL (ISABEL), dau of GILBERT de CLARE, 5th Earl of Hereford (see under Clare for ancestors). She had 1stly m ROBERT de BRUCE

                WILLIAM de BRAOSE

 

WILLIAM de BRAOSE, Lord BRAOSE m ALIVA, dau of THOMAS de Moulton (see under Multon for ancestors)

                ALIVA, dau and co-heir m 1stly JOHN de MOWBRAY, 2nd Baron, hanged at York 1321 (see under Mowbray for descendants). She 2ndly m Sir Richard de Pershall

                         and had other children.

                Joane, m John de Bohun of Midhurst

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REGINALD de BRAOSE, (see above, son of WILLIAM who d 1211), d 1227/8, m GROECIA (Grace), dau of WILLIAM de BRIVÈRE (see under Brivère for ancestors)

                WILLIAM de BRAOSE

REGINALD 2ndly m in 1215 GWLADUS DHU, dau of LLEWELLYN ap IORWETH, Prince of North Wales by JOAN, illegitimate dau of King JOHN. She 2ndly m Ralph de Mortimer.

 

WILLIAM de BRAOSE, Lord of Leix (Ossory) m EVA, dau of WILLIAM MARSHAL, Earl of Strigul and Pembroke (see under Marshall for ancestors). Llewellyn, Prince of Wales, suspected intimacy between his wife (King HENRY’s sister) and WILLIAM, invited him to an Easter Feast and threw him into the dungeon for a while before hanging him.

                Isabella, m 1stly Prince David who usurped the crown of North Wales; she 2ndly m Peter FitzHerbert 

                Maud, co-heiress

                EVE, co-heiress, m WILLIAM de CAUNTELLO, jure uxoris Lord of Abergavennyxe "CANTILUPE" (see under Cantilupe for descendants)

                ELEANOR, co-heiress, m HUMPHREY de BOHUN, Earl of Hereford (see under Bohun for descendants)

 

BRAUNSCHWEIG

 

WICKMANN, Count of Engern, killed 944, m FREDERUNDA, dau of DIETRICH, Count of Saxony (see under Saxony for ancestors)

                EKBERT

 

EKBERT “der Einaugige”, Count of Ammergau, d 994

                BRUNO

 

BRUNO von BRAUNSCHWEIG, Count of Derlingau and Middle Friesland, b ca 960, d ca 1003, m 1stly GISELE, dau of HERMAN II, Duke of Swabia (see under Swabia for ancestors)

                LUDWIG

 

LUDWIG von BRAUNSCHWEIG, Count of Derlingau and Margrave of West Friesland, b ca 1008, d 1038, m GERTRUDE, dau of HUGH VI, Count of Egisheim (see under Egisheim for ancestors)

                EKBERT

                AGATHA, m EDWARD “the Atheling(see under England, Kings, for descendants)

 

EKBERT I von BRAUNSCHWEIG, Count of Derlingau, Margrave of Middle Friesland and Meissen, b ca 1036, d 1068, m ERMENGARDE, dau of ODELRICO MANFREDO, Marchese di Torino (see under Turin for ancestors)

                GERTRUDE, 1stly m Dietrich II, Count of Katlenburg; she 2ndly m HEINRICH, Count of Northeim (see under Northeim for descendants); and she 3rdly m Heinrich,

                         Count of Eilenburg 

 

BREHNA - Counts

 

DIETRICH II von WETTIN, Count of Brehna, murdered 1034, (see under Wettin for ancestors), m MATHILDA, dau of EKKHARD I, Margrave of Meissen and Thuringia (see under Thuringia for ancestors)

                THIEMO I

 

THIEMO I, Count of Brehna, Wettin and Kostritz, b ca 1050,d ca 1091, m IDA, dau of OTTO I, Duke of Bavaria (see under Bavaria for ancestors)

                THIEMO of Wettin, Margrave of Meissen (see under Meissen for descendants)

                KONRAD

 

KONRAD, Count of Brehna, Camburg and Groitsch-Rochlitz, Margrave of Meissen and Lausitz, b 1068, d 1157, m LUITGARD, dau of ALBERT, Count of Ravenstein

                DEDO V

 

DEDO V, Count of Groitsch-Rochlitz, Margrave of Niederlausitz, b 1142, d 1190, m MATHILDE, dau of GOSWIN II, Count of Heinsburg and Falkenberg (see under Heinsburg for ancestors)

                AGNES von GROITSCH-ROCHLITZ, m BERTHOLD VI, Count of Antioch (see under Antioch for descendants)

 

BREISGAU - Counts

 

BERTHOLD I, Count of Breisgau, killed 982

                BERTHOLD II

 

BERTHOLD II, Count of Breisgau and Thurgau, d ca 1005, m BERTHA von Buren

                BERTHOLD III

 

BERTHOLD III, Count of Ortengen, d 1024, m LUITGARD von Habsburg, dau of  LANZELIN, Count of Thurgau (see under Thurgau for ancestors) 

                BERTHOLD “the Bearded

 

BERTHOLD I “the Bearded”, Count of Breisgau, Fuergau & Ortengen, Duke of Carinthia, Marchese of Verona, d 1078, m 1stly RICHWARA (see under Bonngau for ancestors)

BERTHOLD 2ndly m Beatrice, dau of Louis, Comte de Montbéliard

 


 

BRÉTEUIL - Comtes & Seigneurs

 

HILDOUIN, Comte de Bréteuil, son of HILDUIN de Ponthieu (see under Ponthieu for ancestors), m EMMELINE, dau of FOUCHÉ, Vicomte de Chartres

                EVERARD I

                ADÉLE, m RAOUL II, Comte de Vexin (see under Vexin for descendants)

 

EVERARD I, Comte de Bréteuil, d ca 1064, m HUMBERGE, dau of Seigneur du Puiset  

                VALERAN I

                Walter de Breteuil, went on 1st Crusade with Peter the Hermit

 

VALERAN I, Seigneur de Bréteuil, d 1119

                VALERAN II

 

VALERAN II, Seigneur de Bréteuil, d 1138, m JUDITH

                EVERARD III

 

EVERARD III de Bréteuil, d 1148, m BEATRICE, dau of THOMAS I de Coucy (see under Coucy for ancestors)

                VALERAN III

 

VALERAN III de Bréteuil, d 1163, m HILDEBURGE, dau of BEATRICE d’Ailly-sur-Noie

                MAUD, m 2ndly SIMON I de Clermont & jure uxoris d’Ailly (see under Clermont for descendants)

 

BRIENNE - Comtes

 

ENGILBERT I, Comte de Brienne, son of EUDES, Comte de Cambrai and ODELE dau of THIBAUD, Seigneur de Bois Ferrand, d ca 969, m as 2nd husband of MAINFRED

                ENGILBERT II

                ENGELTRUDE, m MILO III, Comte de Tonnerre (see under Tonnerre for descendants)

 

ENGILBERT II, Comte de Brienne, d ca 980

                ENGILBERT III

 

ENGILBERT III, Comte de Brienne, d ca 1035, m WINDESMODE, dau of ADÉLE, Comtesse de Salins (see under Salins for ancestors)

                ENGILBERT IV

                GAUTHIER I (see below)

 

ENGILBERT IV, Comte de Brienne, m PETRONILLE

                GAUTHIER II

 

GAUTHIER II, Comte de Brienne, d ca 1089, m EUSTACHE, dau of MILO, Comte de Bar-sur-Seine (see under Bar-sur-Seine for ancestors and descendants)

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GAUTHIER I, (see above) Comte de Brienne, d 1069, m EUSTACHE de Bar-sur-Seine

                ERARD I  Comte de Brienne, d 1114, m AGNES de Baudemont

          GAUTHIER III

                FELICITÉ, m 1stly in 1110 SIMON I de Broye and their grdau FELICITÉ m HUGUES II de Rethel (see under Rethel for descendants)

 

GAUTHIER III, Comte de Brienne, d ca 1161, m ADÉLE de Rameru (see under Rameru for ancestors)

                ERARD II

                FELICITÉ, 2ndly m GEOFFROI III, Seigneur de Joinville (see under Joinville for descendants)

 

ERARD II, Comte de Brienne, d 1189, m AGNES de Montfauçon

                GAUTHIER IVx

                JEAN (see below), King of Jerusalem

 

GAUTHIER IV, Comte de Brienne, Comte de Jaffa, d 1205, m as 1st husband of MAUD, dau of King TANCRED of Sicily (see under Sicily, Norman Kings, for ancestors) 

                GAUTHIER V

 

GAUTHIER V, Comte de Brienne, b 1206, d 1247, MARIE dau of HUGUES I de LUSIGNAN, King of Cyprus (d 1218) (see under Lusignan for ancestors)

                HUGUES

                Alfonse, m Marie de Lusignan, Comtesse d’Eu

                GUY de Brienne (de Brian) of Laugharne, m EVA, dau of HENRY de TRACY (see under Tracy for ancestors) . Their dau MAUD de Brian, m Sir NICHOLAS

                         MARTIN (see under Martin for descendants)

 

HUGUES, Comte de Brienne, d 1296, m 1stly in 1272 as 2nd husband of HELENA widow of Guillaume de la Roche and dau of JOHN I DUCA , Sebastocrator in Thessalonica (see under Ducas for ancestors)

                GAUTHIER VI

                Raoul, Comte d’Eu and Constable of France

 

GAUTHIER VI, Comte de Brienne, Duc d’Athéne, m JEANNE de Châtillon (see under Châtillon for ancestors)

                ISABELLE, m in 1321 GAUTHIER III d’ENGHIEN jure uxoris Comte de Brienne (see under Enghien for descendants)

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JEAN de BRIENNE, (see above) b 1149, an adventurer who became jure uxoris King of Jerusalem 1231-7 and Emperor of Constantinople, d 1239, recruited 1191 to m 1stly Queen MARIA of Jerusalem, dau of CONRAD of Montferrat (see under Montferrat for ancestors)

                YOLANDE (Isabella), heiress to Kingdom of Jerusalem upon death of her mother and dethronement of her father, m the German Emperor FRIEDRICH II and was

                     confined in his harem

                                Conrad IV, King of Germany, Assoc King 1237, King (1250-54), m Elizabeth, dau of Otto II of Bavaria 

                                                  Conradin

JEAN 2ndly m Stephanie the eldest dau & heir of LEO II, King of Armenian Cilicia and for a short period prior to her death was jure uxoris King of Armenian Cilicia

JEAN 3rdly m Mary, widow of King Alexander II of Scotland and dau of Enguerrand II, Baron de Courcy

JEAN 4thly in his 70s m BERENGARIA of LEÓN (see under León for ancestors) and was made governor of the Papal States & in 1228 Regent and then Emperor of Constantinople

                JEAN

                MARIA, m BAUDOUIN II de COURTENAY, Latin Emperor of Constantinople (see under Byzantium for descendants)

                LOUIS "d'Acre" (see below)

 

JEAN (d’Acre) de BRIENNE, d 1296, m 1stly in 1249 Marie, Comtesse d’Eu, dau of Enguerrand III de Coucy and widow of King Alexander II of Scotland and became jure uxoris Comte d’Eu 

JEAN m 2ndly in 1251 JEANNE dau of GEOFFROY V, Vicomte de Châteaudun (see under Châteaudun for ancestors)

                BLANCHE, m GUILLAUME de Fiennes (see under Fiennes for descendants)

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LOUIS de Brienne “d’Acre”, jure uxoris Vicomte de Beaumont, m AGNES, dau of RAOUL, Vicomte de Beaumont (see under Beaumont for ancestors)

                Louis

                HENRI BEAUMONT (see under Beaumont for descendants)

                Isabel (de Vesci)

 

BRIONNE - Comtes

 

Comte GILBERT (Gislebert) CRISPIN of Brionne, Comte d’Eu, grandson of Duke RICHARD I of Normandy and from 1040 chief tutor to the young WILLIAM I, killed by Ralph de Gacé in 1041 (see under Eu for ancestors), m ADELIZA de Clermont (see under Clermont for ancestors)  

                RICHARD FITZGILBERT, Seigneur de Bienfaite & Orbec, a companion of the Conqueror (see under Clare for descendants) 

                BALDWIN de BRION, Seigneur de Le Sap & Meulles, also at Hastings and a companion of the Conqueror, made Sheriff of Devon 

 

BALDWIN de BRIONNE, m ALBREDA (ADELAIDE), niece or dau of aunt of King WILLIAM I

                RICHARD de REDVERS (REVIERS), given Barony of Okehampton, made Earl of Devon, known as Earl of Exeter (see under Reviers for descendants)

                Robert de Meules, Castellan of Brionne, dsp 1101

                William

                Adeliza

BALDWIN 2ndly m as 2nd husband of EMMA

                MATILDA (Emma), m 2ndly WILLIAM d’AVRANCHES (see under Avranches for descendants)

He also had an illegitimate son Guiger

 

BRIOUZE - Lords of Abergavenny (See under Braose)

 

BRITTANY - Ducs XE "BRITTANY - Ducs" \b

 

ERISPOÉ I

                NOMINOÉ

 

NOMINOÉ, founder of Breton unity, made Comte de Vannes by Charlemagne & later Duc de Bretagne by Louis the Pious, d 851, m ARGANTAEL

                ERISPOÉ II

 

ERISPOÉ II, Duke of Brittany, d 857

                dau m GURVAND, Comte de Rennes (see below under House of Rennes)

 

House of Nantes

 

RIDOREDH, Comte de Nantes & Vannes, by a concubine had

                ALAIN I

 

ALAIN I “le Grand” (also known as Wrybeard), captured Nantes 937, Duke of Brittany (937-52), eventually calling himself King of Brittany m OREGUEN

                Drogo, Duke of Brittany (952-58)

                Hoël, Duke of Brittany (960-81)

                Guérech, Duke of Brittany (981-88)

                                Alan II, Duke of Brittany (988-90)

                PASKWITAN II (see below under House of Rennes)

 

House of Rennes

 

ERISPOÉ II, Duke of Brittany, d 857 (see above)

                dau m GURVAND, Comte de Rennes

 

GURVAND, Comte de Rennes, d 879, and dau above

                BERENGER

 

BERÉNGER, Comte de Rennes (887-90)

                dau m PASKWITAN II (spn of ALAIN I “le Grand” see above under House of Nantes)

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